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 12.27.02 - International Space Station Status Report #02-55
International Space Station Expedition 6 crewmembers, Commander Ken Bowersox, Flight Engineer Nikolai Budarin, and NASA ISS Science Officer Don Pettit, began their second month aboard the orbiting laboratory on Christmas Day.
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 12.20.02 - International Space Station Status Report #02-54
After almost a month on the International Space Station, crewmembers were literally bouncing off the walls of the orbiting laboratory on Monday. They wound up the week with extensive and successful robotic arm operations on Thursday and on Friday worked with setup of the High Rate Communications Outage Recorder (HCOR).
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 12.13.02 - International Space Station Status Report #02-53
Nearing the end of their third week on orbit, the crewmembers of the sixth expedition to the International Space Station have dug in to the agenda of scientific research laid out for their four-month tour of duty.
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 11.15.02 - International Space Station Status Report #02-52
The Expedition 5 crewmembers - Commander Valery Korzun, NASA ISS Science Officer Peggy Whitson and Flight Engineer Sergei Treschev - spent their 23rd week in space continuing preparations for the arrival of their replacements, the Expedition 6 crew.
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 11.09.02 - International Space Station Status Report #02-51
A Russian-Belgian cosmonaut crew departed the International Space Station today after delivering a new Soyuz return vehicle to the complex and conducting more than a week’s worth of joint scientific experiments with the residents on board.
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 11.08.02 - International Space Station Status Report #02-50
All six people living aboard the International Space Station have started packing up for their return to Earth.
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 11.01.02 - International Space Station Status Report #02-49
A Russian-Belgian cosmonaut crew arrived at the International Space Station in the wee hours this morning in a newly modified Soyuz capsule after a flawless two-day flight following launch from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.
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 10.29.02 - International Space Station Status Report #02-48
Right on time, a Russian-Belgian cosmonaut crew blasted off in a newly modified Soyuz capsule from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan tonight, headed for a linkup to the International Space Station later this week to deliver a fresh crew return vehicle.
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 10.25.02 - International Space Station Status Report #02-47
Having bid farewell to a visiting space shuttle crew last week, the Expedition 5 crewmembers began preparing for the arrival of the next two groups of visitors to the International Space Station, the Soyuz 5 taxi crew and the STS-113 space shuttle crew.
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 10.04.02 - International Space Station Status Report #02-46
With Houston's Mission Control Center (MCC) back in operation, the deliberate power up of the International Space Station is proceeding as planned. The huge U.S. solar wings are again tracking the sun after being put in a fixed position when the Mission Control Center here was powered down in the face of a threat from Hurricane Lili.
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 10.02.02 - International Space Station Status Report #02-45
U.S. flight control of the International Space Station was shifted early today from Houston's Mission Control Center to Houston Support Group personnel in Mission Control Moscow as Hurricane Lili threatened the Johnson Space Center.
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 09.29.02 - International Space Station Status Report #02-44
An unmanned Russian resupply craft successfully docked to the International Space Station Sunday, bringing almost a ton of food, fuel and supplies to the residents on board, and for the next trio of space travelers, which will arrive on the ISS in November.
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 09.25.02 - International Space Station Status Report #02-43
A fresh resupply vehicle – Progress 9 – is on its way to the International Space Station following launch at 12:58 p.m. Eastern Time Wednesday from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.
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 09.20.02 - International Space Station Status Report #02-42
Expedition 5 Commander Valery Korzun, NASA International Space Station Science Officer Peggy Whitson, and Cosmonaut Sergei Treschev wrapped up a busy workweek on Friday, their 107th day in space.
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 09.13.02 - International Space Station Status Report #02-41
The fifth resident crew on the International Space Station completed 100 days in space at 4:23 p.m. CDT today as it wrapped up a week that saw the first-ever on orbit operational use of ultrasound for medical diagnosis.
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 09.06.02 - International Space Station Status Report #02-40
Canadarm2 got another workout Thursday as the Expedition 5 crew aboard the International Space Station set to work in earnest to prepare for the arrival of the station's next major component on the STS-112 shuttle mission.
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 08.30.02 - International Space Station Status Report #02-39
Work on the International Space Station this week started out with a spacewalk, moved back inside with extensive laboratory research work, and wound up with a series of maintenance tasks before the Expedition 5 crew began a long holiday weekend.
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 08.26.02 - International Space Station Status Report #02-38
Expedition Five Commander Valery Korzun and Flight Engineer Sergei Treschev stepped outside the Pirs Docking Compartment of the International Space Station today to swap out Japanese space exposure experiments and a Russian experiment measuring jet thruster residue on the exterior of the Zvezda Service Module in a 5 hour, 21 minute spacewalk.
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 08.23.02 - International Space Station Status Report #02-37
The Expedition Five crew spent a large portion of its week preparing for the next scheduled spacewalk.
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 08.16.02 - International Space Station Status Report #02-36
Expedition Five Commander Valery Korzun and Flight Engineer Peggy Whitson stepped outside the Pirs Docking Compartment of the International Space Station today and installed debris shields on the Russian Zvezda Service Module in a 4 hour, 25 minute spacewalk.
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 08.09.02 - International Space Station Status Report #02-35
Commander Valery Korzun, Astronaut Peggy Whitson and Cosmonaut Sergei Treschev completed their ninth week aboard the International Space Station making preparations for the first spacewalk of their five-month mission.
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 09.02.02 - International Space Station Status Report #02-34
Commander Valery Korzun, Astronaut Peggy Whitson and Cosmonaut Sergei Treschev completed their eighth week aboard the International Space Station, conducting scientific research, maintenance work and daily exercise routines.
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 07.26.02 - International Space Station Status Report #02-33
Commander Valery Korzun, Astronaut Peggy Whitson and Cosmonaut Sergei Treschev passed 50 days in space aboard the International Space Station this week, conducting scientific research, maintenance work, educational demonstrations and hometown news interviews.
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 07.19.02 - International Space Station Status Report #02-32
Expedition 5 crewmembers, Commander Valery Korzun, Astronaut Peggy Whitson and Cosmonaut Sergei Treschev, wrapped up a busy week of successful science and maintenance work, a week that saw completion of one major repair task on the environmental control system of the International Space Station.
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 07.12.02 - International Space Station Status Report #02-31
The Expedition 5 crew had a busy and successful week aboard the International Space Station, completing the activation and checkout of the Microgravity Science Glovebox (MSG), beginning the first experiment in that glovebox, and operating the Canadarm2 from the Mobile Base System (MBS) for the first time.
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 07.05.02 - International Space Station Status Report #02-30
Crewmembers aboard the International Space Station today continued to unload the Progress 8 unpiloted Russian cargo carrier docked to the aft port of the station’s Zvezda Service Module.
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 06.29.02 - International Space Station Status Report #02-29
A Russian Progress resupply craft docked to the International Space Station early today, three days after its launch from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.
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 06.26.02 - International Space Station Status Report #02-28
A Russian Progress resupply craft was successfully launched today from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan to bring fuel, supplies and equipment to the International Space Station.
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 06.25.02 - International Space Station Status Report #02-27
An unpiloted Russian Progress resupply craft undocked from the International Space Station this morning in preparation for the arrival of a new cargo carrier on Saturday.
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 06.21.02 - International Space Station Status Report #02-26
The Expedition 5 crew of the International Space Station began its third week in space initiating new scientific investigations and preparing for next week’s arrival of a cargo ship of new supplies.
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 05.24.02 - International Space Station Status Report #02-25
The Expedition 4 crew of the International Space Station spent much of this week preparing for the arrival of Endeavour on STS-111 and their return home.
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 05.17.02 - International Space Station Status Report #02-24
As Expedition 4 entered its 24th week aboard the International Space Station this week, the crew split time between preparations for the trip home early next month, continuing science experiments and recovering the use of an onboard oxygen generator.
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 05.10.02 - International Space Station Status Report #02-23
Expedition 4 Commander Yury Onufrienko and Flight Engineers Carl Walz and Dan Bursch spent most of their time this week packing for the arrival of the Expedition 5 crew aboard STS-111.
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 05.04.02 - International Space Station Status Report #02-22
A multinational "taxi" crew departed the International Space Station this evening, having delivered a new Soyuz return vehicle to the residents of the orbital outpost.
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 04.27.02 - International Space Station Status Report #02-21
A multinational “taxi” crew arrived at the International Space Station today, delivering a new Soyuz return vehicle at the start of eight days of joint activities with the residents on board the complex.
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 04.25.02 - International Space Station Status Report #02-20
A Soyuz rocket blasted off today from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, carrying a multinational “taxi” crew to the International Space Station to deliver a fresh return vehicle to the orbital outpost.
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 04.20.02 - International Space Station Status Report #02-19
The resident crew aboard the International Space Station took a short ride in their Russian Soyuz capsule this morning, relocating the rescue craft from one docking port to another to clear the way for the arrival of a fresh return vehicle in one week
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 03.29.02 - International Space Station Status Report #02-18
Expedition 4 astronauts Carl Walz and Dan Bursch successfully completed an exercise of the International Space Station’s robotic arm today, using six of its joints and a software patch to mask the seventh, the failed wrist roll joint.
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 03.24.02 - International Space Station Status Report #02-17
An unpiloted Russian Progress resupply craft successfully docked to the International Space Station today, three days after its launch from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan to bring food, fuel and supplies to the residents on board.
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 03.21.02 - International Space Station Status Report #02-16
An unpiloted Russian Progress resupply craft was successfully launched today from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan to bring food, fuel and supplies to the residents on board the International Space Station.
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 03.19.02 - International Space Station Status Report #02-15
An unpiloted Russian Progress resupply craft undocked from the International Space Station today to set the stage for this weekend’s arrival of a new Progress cargo vehicle.
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 03.15.02 - International Space Station Status Report #02-14
Expedition Four Commander Yury Onufrienko and Flight Engineers Dan Bursch and Carl Walz aboard the International Space Station continued science experiments and prepared for two spacecraft that will soon visit the outpost.
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 03.08.02 - International Space Station Status Report #02-13
Science experiments and robotic arm operations were the focus for Expedition Four Commander Yury Onufrienko and Flight Engineers Dan Bursch and Carl Walz aboard the International Space Station this week.
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 02.22.02 - International Space Station Status Report #02-12
The International Space Station Expedition 4 crew returned to normal activities today after Wednesday’s successful spacewalk and what largely was a day of rest on Thursday.
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 02.20.02 - International Space Station Status Report #02-11
The International Space Station Expedition 4 crew was kept awake about two hours later than planned today after reporting a strong, unpleasant odor apparently originating from a system that cleanses spacesuit air scrubbers in the complex’s Quest airlock.
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 02.20.02 - International Space Station Status Report #02-10
Expedition 4 astronauts Carl Walz and Dan Bursch completed a successful 5-hour, 47-minute spacewalk Wednesday, testing equipment and procedures for the Airlock Quest and performing other tasks to prepare for Space Shuttle Atlantis’ STS-110 mission to the International Space Station in April.
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 02.15.02 - International Space Station Status Report #02-09
Activity on board the International Space Station this week focused on preparations for next week’s spacewalk – the first to be conducted from the U.S. Quest airlock without a space shuttle docked.
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 02.08.02 - International Space Station Status Report #02-08
This week the Expedition Four crew – Commander Yury Onufrienko and Flight Engineers Carl Walz and Dan Bursch – worked with several of the science experiments aboard the International Space Station.
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 02.04.02 - International Space Station Status Report #02-07
The Expedition Four crew's normal work was interrupted this morning when a main computer in the International Space Station's Russian Zvezda living quarters module unexpectedly went off-line, disrupting the system which controls the spacecraft's orientation for a few hours.
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 02.01.02 - International Space Station Status Report #02-06
Finishing up a month which saw the crew conduct two spacewalks, Expedition Four Commander Yury Onufrienko and Astronauts Dan Bursch and Carl Walz spent a quiet week aboard the complex this week, completing a host of maintenance tasks, physical exercise and evaluations, and science experiments.
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 01.25.02 - International Space Station Status Report #02-05
Expedition Four Commander Yury Onufrienko and Astronaut Dan Bursch completed a five-hour, 59-minute spacewalk outside the International Space Station today.
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 01.18.02 - International Space Station Status Report #02-04
The Expedition Four crew of the International Space Station wrapped up a busy week Friday, installing a new, more robust computer storage device and preparing for the second spacewalk of its duty tour a little more than a week after the first.
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 01.14.02 - International Space Station Status Report #02-03
Commander Yury Onufrienko and Flight Engineer Carl Walz floated outside the International Space Station on the first spacewalk of their expedition and finished installing a second Russian cargo boom, part of which had been delivered to the station two and a half years ago.
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 01.11.02 - International Space Station Status Report #02-02
The Expedition Four crew is completing its fifth week in space aboard the International Space Station, continuing preparations for the first spacewalk of the five-month mission.
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 01.04.02 - International Space Station Status Report #02-01
The International Space Station's Expedition Four crew began a new year in space this week conducting a variety of experiments, testing new techniques with the station's robotic arm and beginning to prepare for a spacewalk planned later this month.
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